The city plans to pave parts of 10th Avenue South in what officials say will be the first of several street improvements in its often-overlooked southwestern quadrant.
Commissioners on Tuesday will consider whether to approve $83,800 for design and engineering work for the project, which will include paving the road between A and E streets as well as adding a sidewalk and a fire hydrant, Public Services Director Jamie Brown said.
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